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Food Science and Human Nutrition Department

Food Science and Human Nutrition Department

Stacy Mobley, Ph.D., R.D.N., C.N.S.C

Lecturer - Human Nutrition 

Office: MCCD




Mobley served as a combat medical specialist in the U.S. Army prior to earning his college degrees. Dr. Mobley received a B.S. with distinction in Nutritional Sciences from The Ohio State University (OSU).  He continued his studies at OSU where he earned his Ph.D. in Nutrition with specialized areas in Physiology and Molecular Biology.  Dr. Mobley also completed postdoctoral training in bone and mineral metabolism at the OSU Medical Center. After his tenure at OSU, he completed  a dietetic internship in the U.S. Army and became the Assistant Chief of Clinical Research and General Medicine Clinical Dietitian at Walter Reed Army  Medical Center (WRAMC) where he became board certified in clinical nutrition support. Once Dr. Mobley fulfilled his military obligation, he became an Assistant Professor and Dietetics Program Director at Purdue University. At Purdue, he taught Medical Nutrition Therapy and Advanced Metabolism. He then went to the University of Connecticut and served as a lecturer where he primarily taught undergraduate and graduate courses in nutritional sciences such as Fundamentals of Nutrition, Advance Macronutrient Metabolism, and Advanced Micronutrient Metabolism. Currently, he is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and a board certified nutrition support clinician (CNSC) who serves as a lecturer in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at the University of Florida.   He primarily teaches HUN 2201- Fundamentals of Nutrition and HUN 4445/4446- Nutrition and Disease- Parts 1 and 2.